Personal Injury Attorneys
Riverside Personal Injury Attorneys
When It Happens…
Any of these things can be difficult to deal with. Worse yet, adding insult to injury, if you’re hurt on the property of a private business, the business owner can claim that what happened to you is your own fault. Then, not only are you hurt but you’re trapped in a match of he-said-she-said with no apparent resolution in sight.
Our seasoned team of Riverside lawyers at Oaks Law Firm can help you bring some peace and order back into your life. As we operate through the state of California, we can help you determine whether you’re entitled to compensation and how much you could receive.
California Statute of Limitations
If you’ve been injured, remember that your time to file a legal claim is limited. According to Sections 335.1 and 340 of the California Code of Civil Procedure, victims of personal injury must file a personal injury lawsuit within two years of the date on which the injury occurred.
In some cases, injuries in Riverside, California, can manifest only later. If it wasn’t apparent that you were seriously injured until some time after your accident, then you have up to two years from the moment at which you discovered the full extent of the harm to file a claim. In such cases, medical records may be essential to establishing the discovery of harm.
Injured? Act Now
The sooner you act, the sooner we at Oaks Law Firm can bring an experienced Riverside lawyer to your aid. Our legal professionals are skilled personal injury lawyers with a track record of excellent results. Get a great Riverside attorney to assess your case, determine how much compensation you could receive, and bring your claim to court.
When you’re injured, let us help you. Get in touch with Oaks Law Firm today.
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Recovering the Damages You Deserve
If someone else is to blame for your injuries, you have the right to seek compensation for the full amount of damages you've suffered. These damages can include medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, as well as pain and suffering. You must bring forth your claim within one year of the accident date. Not filing your case within one year will bar you from recovery.